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Women rights crumbling under Taliban regime "depressing": Afghan feminists

In the 20 years between the Taliban's two reigns, girls were allowed to go to school and women were able to work in all sectors -- though progress on women's rights in the deeply conservative country was largely limited to urban centres.

Kerishma Rasheedi, 16, reads during a class at a private school class in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 3, 2022. (REUTERS)
Kerishma Rasheedi, 16, reads during a class at a private school class in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 3, 2022. (REUTERS)
Published on Aug 09, 2022 09:45 AM IST
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Gender equality starts at home. Here are tips for parents to raise feminist kids

Feminism has many aspects and layers that take years of practice to master and the earlier parents start, the better world we can build for ourselves and our children. Here are a few tips by experts for raising feminist kids and teaching them about gender equality

Gender equality starts at home. Here are tips for parents to raise feminist kids (RODNAE Productions )
Gender equality starts at home. Here are tips for parents to raise feminist kids (RODNAE Productions )
Updated on May 28, 2022 01:42 PM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

Charles Fourier: The man who coined the term 'feminism'

The French philosopher and utopian socialist would have turned 250 today. He coined the term "feminism" in 1837.

A man before his time: Fourier also advocated for the freedom to pursue same-sex relationships(akg-images/picture alliance )
A man before his time: Fourier also advocated for the freedom to pursue same-sex relationships(akg-images/picture alliance )
Published on Apr 08, 2022 10:07 AM IST

Rafia Zakaria: Feminism is not only white

Anti-Racism Day is marked on March 21: Here's why the Pakistani-American author and lawyer advocates for a broad-based feminism that doesn't just address the concerns of white women.

Rafia Zakaria: feminism is not abstract theory but sheer necessity(JeremyHogan/Herald-Times)
Rafia Zakaria: feminism is not abstract theory but sheer necessity(JeremyHogan/Herald-Times)
Published on Mar 21, 2022 02:57 PM IST

Simone de Beauvoir and 'The Second Sex'

A new exhibition in Bonn revisits Simone de Beauvoir's "The Second Sex." The French existentialist philosopher's book is more relevant today than ever, says German feminist Alice Schwarzer.

Simone de Beauvoir at her desk in 1945(akg-images/Denise Bellon )
Simone de Beauvoir at her desk in 1945(akg-images/Denise Bellon )
Published on Mar 08, 2022 12:54 PM IST
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